It is evident that selling houses for flipping will never be the easiest task, certain real estate investors may make it seem so but with projects like that, the real estate investor is similar to a swan: graceful-looking on the outside as it glides through the water and yet beneath it is a pair of hard working and struggling palmates, paddling and paddling just to keep on moving forward.
Here at Home Hunter University by Nicholas Haley, we will be helping you in giving you tips on how to successfully sell your flipped house to guarantee profit and make it all worth it.
Let us be real, no one wants to buy a flipped house and yet it still looks worn down and not worthy of pride or bragging for your in-laws or your parents. Your prospective buyers will want to own a house they can imagine creating memories in and raising their family in for generations to come. The fact in itself that it is a flipped house which was just renovated, can possibly turn off some of your prospective buyers so you have to please them visually: make sure the reconstruction is great, fresh paint in every part of the room, new flooring, replaced windows and door knobs, well-kept garden and lawn as well as a flawless curb–get all of these rights and you will surely keep on attracting prospective buyers.
Take advantage of the internet and the convenience it offers by enlisting your property in business listings wherein it will be easier for real estate agents, fellow real estate investors and as well as prospective buyers to discover your property. However, be accurate with your house description, only enumerate the factors that your house actually has. No more, no less. Do not exaggerate about a wide front lawn when it is actually narrow in real life, your prospective buyers may lose trust in you.
Producing a home tour video opens a lot of doors: you can reach a wider audience when you upload it on the internet, it allows people who are on their smartphones and computers to be able to visually experience being guided or toured around your property without having to take a step out of their house or spend 30 minutes to an hour of travel just to see your property in person. This form of advertising your property also allows your prospective buyers who live in other states to save time and money traveling all the way to your property but at the same time, encouraging them to consider your house.
Holding an open house is creates a buzz around your property. For sure, you’re invited prospective buyers will also call on out to their family, friends, and colleagues who are also on the lookout for a house to buy and you want to make this as your goal. Be sure to invite those who you think can afford to buy your property and have an excellent credit score.